|OCTOBER 2 | 7:30 PM
NICHOALS ATHLETIC CENTER
BUCKINGHAM, BROWNE & NICHOLS
| SERIES: Suffolk leads 3-0 * Since 2007
LAST MEETING: Sept. 28, 2017, W, 8-1
BOSTON – The Suffolk women's tennis team will take on Lesley for the second time this season as the Rams and Lynx meet at Buckingham, Browne & Nichols tonight, Monday, Oct. 2 at 7:30 p.m.SOCIALIZE
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LAST TIME OUT
The Suffolk women's tennis team took down Albertus Magnus, 7-2, in GNAC action at the Celetano Courts Saturday afternoon.
MORE READING: Women's Tennis Bests Albertus Magnus, 7-2
Suffolk (4-4) enters its second straight three-match week after going 2-1 a week ago with wins over Lesley (8-1) and Albertus Magnus (7-2) and a 5-4 setback at Regis.
As the Rams' ace, Delaney Dunlap brings in a 4-4 ledger. Overall, Danlyn Medou's racquet boasts the most victories with the sophomore sitting at 5-2 on the season on courts five (2-2) and six (3-0), respectively.
In doubles, the tandem of Dunlap and Keely Hardy bring in an unbeaten ledger of 4-0 all in the second spot. Medou and Ahilya Malhoutra are also undefeated at 2-0 on court three.
Lesley (2-4) was sidelined on Saturday, Sept. 30 due to rain and has not taken the courts since falling to Suffolk Sept. 28.
Caroline Kiddie and Theresa Pereira have been the most successful threats for the Lynx this season. The twosome earned the lone point versus the Rams to improve to 3-1 as Lesley's top tandem. In singles play, Kiddie has held down the top spot for the Lynx and boasts a 2-2 singles record.
WE MEET AGAIN
The Suffolk women's tennis team returned to the win column Sept. 28 as the Rams put together an 8-1 triumph over out-of-league foe Lesley at Buckingham, Browne & Nichols.
MORE READING: Women's Tennis Downs Lesley, 8-1
INSIDE THE SERIES
- Suffolk stretched its win streak versus Lesley to three with an 8-1 win over the Lynx Sept. 28.
- The Rams are undefeated all-time versus the Lynx in a series dating back to 2007.
Suffolk stops by Salve Regina Thursday, Oct. 5 for a 3:30 p.m. first serve.